Great idea from a great company but not quite ready for use. The app from Kellogg's is an excellent idea to keep track of fiber intake. However, I think the least the app could do, is have a comprehensive database of all the Special K products. It is frustrating when you have to enter info from one of their own major products (i.e. Kellogg's Special K Fruit & Yogurt cereal). I will revisit my review and rating after some additional usage.
Horrible App This app is so bad. I guess you can count the fiber if you use other inputs that have the same amount as on the packaging. This app needs a lot of work and seems to me another way to try and get you to buy Kelloggs.
Pretty bad The "Quck Food Search" box doesn't respond to touch inputs, age "spinner" is less of a spinner and more of a dialog box with a ListView, on top of which the sizing is well off with a huge amount of blank space around the selected option, crashed when selecting the "Recipes" tab. Opening the app after Recipes crashed causes NullPointerExceptions meaning you can't run the app ever again without clearing data. If I were Kellogg's I wouldn't want my branding anywhere near this.
Missing many basic features No barcode scanner, very limited food selection, can't change portion sizes, can't just add grams of fiber you've eaten - horrible app
Don't download it This could be a great app, but it's not. The GUI is appealing, but it keeps freezing and doesn't allow you to customize food (eat 1/2 cup of oatmeal instead of 1 cup, for example). I so wanted this to be a great app but it isn't yet.
Very unstable. Lots of bugs :-( Keeps crashing. I even received a dialog box showing a java library error message!